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Free commercial email services such as Gmail, Yahoo!, and Outlook Web Mail (formerly Hotmail) are free for a reason: they are vehicles for tracking your interests and serving up advertisements. If a service is free, you are the product, not the customer; a good example is Facebook.com.
One way to prevent eavesdropping on your email is to use encrypted email. Microsoft Office 365, Intermedia, and several other paid email systems offer this ability at a reasonable cost.
Most of us could care less about the eavesdropping, however, there are those that didn't know about the fine print in the terms and conditions of these free email providers they accepted.
Mitigate the chances that your crypto exchange accounts get hacked by following the tips below.You may have read articles of families losing their entire online Exchange accounts balances due to hackers breaching and stealing everything they own. Some of you may believe that the responsibility of these hacks is on the Exchanges, and I'm here to tell you this is usually not the case. Before you get angry, let me first explain the two types of hacks that occur that lead to you losing your entire investment.Read More
The rate at which new threats are being identified proves the inadequacy of traditional anti-virus software as a singular security measure. Considering its powerful and comprehensive threat-detecting abilities, SentinelOne proves to be a clear winner in any environment.Read More
There are various types of cryptocurrency wallets. The three prominent are offline, online, and those held by a custodian. Before we explain the differences between the three, it's important to note that a custodian, in this context, is an entity that holds your private key. Next, we'll go into what a private key is but first, let's dive deeper into the three types.Read More